Atlanta Hotel International
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... the funny part was Jonathan's work interpreting the menu. Although most of the menu had English explanations of the dishes, the lunch menu that we wanted to order from did not. So, going back and forth between the main dishes and the lunch menu, Jonathan was able to figure out what they had in them. What a detective! Next we walked about 20 minutes to the Leipzig zoo. We absolutely LOVE zoos, and this one receives really great reviews. We ...
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In Leipzig, we went into a few museums including the Naturkundtmuseum (Natural History) - something I can't resist - as well as the Bach Museum, which is famous because it is in Johann Sebastian Bach's home/school that he ran for young music students. The Church of St. Thomas is right across the ...
Trains from 9am-5pm to get to the other side of Germany. Loooong trip via Frankfurt and Cologne, but it was very interesting to see the countryside. It was Beautiful through the Rhine Valley. Castles galore! Grape vines, barges and little villages/old houses. And now... WE ARE STAYING IN A CASTLE FOR THREE NIGHTS! It's very ...
... we found that the next train was an hour away, and we were a bit concerned we might not be able to get back to our hotel tonight. So we walked back to the hotel and joined G&G for dinner in the hotel restaurant. A very traditional German restaurant and I was extremely pleased to see potato dumplings on the menu. Not to mention the schwartz (dark) beer..hic..
Tomorrow morning we're heading off early to Nurnberg. Hopefully we can visit a couple villages that my ...
... stops before the library. I followed the tracks until I came to the first stop. There was something about it that didn’t seem correct. I looked at the name of the stop and I didn’t pass it on the way to the library. I looked at the Tram number and this stop wasn’t for the tram that I took to the library. The place where I was standing however wasn’t exactly unfamiliar. From there I could see the Alte Messe, the “Situation Room” building with the ...